Popular Superstitions and Myths in Romania - Hello World Magazine
We all know that every part of the world has its own superstitions or myths that last for hundred of years and now we'll talk about those found in Romania. Some superstitions and myths are found in other cultures also but there are some that you've probably haven't heard about, unless you actually lived there for a while.
Pagan customs during winter holidays
Winter holidays are probably the richest in pagan customs. Decorating the Christmas tree, the sacrificed pork are only a few of the many pagan customs.
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Bear Dance - Tom Bourdon Photography
In this part of rural Romania, for some unknown reason, it’s traditional to dress up in real bear skins and dance through the streets to ward off evil spirits and provide good luck for the year ahead. The ancient tradition (named dansul ursului – or simply bear dance) is said to have roots that date... Read More
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